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to workboard on the way game. sunday's a 69-year-old motor dame fan says michigan fans gave him cpr, him a call got after -- he is now in good condition. thinks the michigan fans he thankslife and them. game broke his heart. the wolverines beat the irish there. >> but it's a >>> time is running out to enter the great grocery give away. on our facebook page. a 700 this card to safelight. to safeway. card we will announce it at 5:00. let's -- >>> let's share this video we've possible tornado or water spout. the 75thme damage on of ocean city. you can see the video at wjla.com. view the whole thing and y from the people who shot it. the rain is slowly ending. be clearing and cooled morning, in the low '40's and '50's. then a stretch of fall-like weather into the weekend. >> we can handle that. weather into the weekend. >> welook, every day we're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ that's why right here, in australia, chevron is building one of theiggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 ye
you go. you get behind the second cold front. tuesday in michigan, temperatures have been dropping. 22 degrees cooler right now than they were at this time last night. meanwhile, on the east side of the front temperatures are a bit warmer than this time yesterday. here is tomorrow's weather. a secondary from coming in with more showers. we will start with sunshine but we will be seeing clouds, showers, and thunderstorms throughout the day. clouds will increase as the storm's approach. look at this -- highs of only 73 degrees-78 degrees. we are getting into real fall- like weather. a beautiful weekend. partly cloudy, copper-'60s, lower-'70s. -- copper-'60s, lower-'70s. we all kinds of weather maps on our web site plus photographs of handsome meteorologist. [laughter] >> that is worth going on the website right there. >>> anderson cooper's new tv show debuted on monday. >> we have a look at anderson [ male announcer ] humble beginnings are true beginnings. they are the purest way to gauge success. maybe the only way to gauge success. but the most powerful thing about humbl
of michigan, the governors announced the state will begin tracking bmi, body mass index, and some aren't sure this is a great idea for privacy or help solve the problem. joining us tonight, dr. scott caw hahn with the school of public health. so doctor, thank you for coming in. we appreciate it. >> good to be here. >> this would happen through a state registry, the same way they monitor inoculations. what do you think? >> i think that it is the government's responsibility to monitor the health of citizens and this is a way of surveilling our health. i think it's a good thing. >> some folks are concerned it is a privacy thing. is it anybody else's business if i drink five sodas a day and get fat? >> that's not what it is about. it's not tracking what we eat. this is about getting information on the health of the citizens in michigan. and that's the first step of the public health process, to understand what the case is, what the situation is in terms of our health and then we can go about figuring out how to address it. >> some have said it doesn't go far enough. if you really want to get invo
hope he goes to michigan. i hope he comes back to ohio. he was in ohio yesterday, and he said this about the jobs bill. >> ohio, if you pass this bill, then right here in this state tens of thousands of construction workers will have a job again. pass this jobs bill, and there will be funding to save the jobs of up to 14,000 ohio teachers and cops and firefighters. there are schools all throughout ohio that need this kind of renovation. there's a bridge in cincinnati that connects ohio to kentucky that needs this kind of renovation. there are construction projects like these all across the country just waiting to get started and there are millions of unemployed construction workers looking for a job. so my question to congress is, what on earth are we waiting for? >> and of course a gallup poll out today showing 45% of americans want their congressional member to vote for the american jobs act. only 32% want them to vote against it. so, once again, the people aren't being listened to by the republicans. now, in the state of ohio, boots on the ground here, it it's a radical age
chairman from michigan. >> thank you. in 2009, solyndra was the first to receive a d.o.e. eight loans funded by stimulus dollars. it is a model for how the government's venture capital program and green technology should work. they have filed for bankruptcy. we are starting to look at d.o.e. loan guarantee program. some questioned the basis for this investigation. after wrangling to produce relevant documents, the committee was forced to submit a subpoena. i think this shows the committee was more than justify it in scrutiny of the deal. pursuant to our functions, we have a responsibility to pursue answers regarding the use of taxpayer money. this raises several questions about whether the administration did everything it could to protect dollars. why did the administration think solyndra was such a good bet and push ahead to provide a solyndra guaranteed this year? why did d.o.e. allow the government to be subordinated to the private investors and a violation of the log? i look forward to the testimony. i want to know what the failure means for the loan guarantee program. is it the t
on michigan avenue there's lots of sunshine but there will be like clouds streaming and the winds will be blowing from the north. it feels more like a late october afternoon the normal high temperature this time of year is up around 75 degrees. we will be up in the '50's most of the area today ... the leading edge of this cool air is marked by these clouds this is crashing into that 100 plus degree heat down in texas ... dallas was at 107 degrees setting records now is 74 degrees their oklahoma city is now at 55 degrees there were 40 degree temperature drops going on in the southern plains the overnight lows went down to 20 in international falls ... we're right where we were yesterday with temperatures we have a high of 58 degrees with a scene that in 37 years ... it will not last that these are the current temperatures around the area: >>the humidity is 42 degrees the water temperatures 68 degrees on lake michigan >>there's moderate grass and weed pollens it's been rough on the allergy side of things ... here are the current temperatures and i want to show you the associate
punished big states like michigan and florida for putting their presidential primaries too early? well, republicans are trying to get tough, too. their party rules will strip half the delegates from any state besides the traditional early birds, iowa, new hampshire, south carolina and republicans went ahead and added nevada this time. that go before march 6th. the time that they want to dedicate super tuesday. but we already have arizona jumping. they jumped the deadline. they set its primary for february 28th. florida is currently slated in their law for january 31st and a handful of other states that also want to share the early state spotlight. josh putnam is a political science professor at davidson college. he runs a great blog, front loading hq.com. and, of course, mark murray is the deputy nbc news political director. all right. i got to start with you, josh because mark and i have to make our holiday plans, okay? so let's begin. we do know this. the arizona decision does mean one thing. it means that iowa at least will be some time in the middle of january at the earliest. is t
out there. >> i will eventually. >> chilly day from dakotas to michigan. showers, thunderstorms, from new england to florida. colorado ski country gets up to 6 inches of snow. find anything yet? rain from albuquerque to western texas. wet in seattle. upper 60s, portland. 95 in phoenix. if you find a picture of justin timberlake, let me know. 62 inkansas city. 70s in boston. new york, baltimore. atlanta, 85, miami 90. >>> back to the privacy of my office downstairs. all right, we have done plenty of royal watching over the last few months. here is a little bit more. why not? >> third, what that is the most famous dress in the word. some people call it anyway, the one princess diana wore in her 1981 wedding to prince charles. looks very 80s. right? >> very 80s. little poofy by today's standards. well the dress is the centerpiece of an exhibit opening at a casino resort friday. here is a fascinating little tidbit. that dress has never been cleaned since diana wore it for the first and only time. not only puffy it is funky. >> ha-ha! i have one word to say about that dress, sleeves. sleev
that that says it would deter and keep students safer. >> that was peggy fox reporting. >>> in michigan the governor wants doctors to start monitoring the weight of their youngest patients and then submit the data to that state registry. it will help track the obesity epidemic, but is that enough to do any good? it's coming up on the only local news at 7:00. >>> still to come, the couple that's become an internet sensation. hear what they're saying about the newfound fame. top? >>> we'll show you live doppler 9000 hd. we'll tell you when the showers will end and also video of a tornado in ocean city. >>> but first a fireworks show caught on tape but this one wasn't planned. what nasa has to say about it, next. >>> caught on tape, was it a plane, a meteor, is ufo? well, no one really knows. all we know 100% is that people in chandler, arizona saw this glowing orange light streak across the sky last night. a nasa scientist says it was likely from a fragment of an asteroid that entered the earth's atmosphere. but he says even he can't say 100%. that's what it was. >>> all right, well for c
from the dakotas to michigan. showers and thunderstorms along the east coast, from maine down to the florida panhandle. and thunderstorms from west texas to the northern rockies, up to a half a foot of mountain snow in colorado. >> snow, say it isn't so. a wet 64 in seattle. 74 in billings. 86 in boise. 62 in kansas city. dallas dips below the 80-degree mark for the first time in months. 88 in new orleans. 90 in miami. 73 here in new york. a very pleasant 73. >> not bat at all. we'll take it. >>> coming up next, a major contract decision overnight, impacting thousands of autoworkers across the country. >>> and a groundbreaking study on breast cancer. and why so many women have the disease compared to a decade or two ago. >>> with the space shuttle now a thing of the past, nasa unveils the new way to get stuff into space. >>> new trouble this morning for oil giant bp. a government panel says it bares the ultimate responsibility for the biggest offshore oil spill in u.s. history. investigators found that the oil company violated regulations, ignored warnings and made bad decisio
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married her husband. she was 23. rice was a junior at the university of michigan. the boom also claims palin had an affair -- the book also claims palin had an affair with her husband's business partner in the mid-'90s. palin previously denied that accusation. >>> a troubling report card from our nation's high schools. shawn yancy has your fox 5 top five. >> we begin tonight with disappointing news about our nation's high school students. no. 5, s.a.t. scores down nationwide and reading scores for the class of 2011 were the worst ever recorded. d.c. students on average scored lower than the national average. there is some good news. students in maryland and virginia did better than the national average in every category but math. no. 4, ups is trying to make getting your holiday deliveries easier. it's a brand-new my choice service that gives you more control over how and when your packages are delivered. the free service notifies you via phone, e-mail or text alert when you can expect delivery and there's an option to have is rerouted to wherever you are now. no. 3, google is getting
, it is over. how are they going to compete in michigan, wisconsin? how are they going to compete in north carolina, indiana, florida, ohio? they are not going to be able to do it. >> the road to victory for the republicans win the states mccain won pick up indiana, virginia, north carolina, traditionally republican states that obama snuck away last time. win ohio and florida and then win any other state in the state of the union, new hampshire, pennsylvania, michigan, wisconsin, iowa, colorado, new mexico, nevada, any one puts the republican in the white house. >> sean: oregon democrat said in my district the enthusiasm for obama has mostly evaporated. tremendous discontent with his direction. i have one heck of a lot of democrats saying i voted for him before, but i don't know if i can do it again. will he be able in 14 months to get back those people that have been turning on him in poll after poll? >> look, he will get back the democrats. but he's not going to get the in-- to get the independents. i think the problem is he is going to think his problem with the peter yo's of the world
of a bloomfield, michigan cruiser. he moved the hands to in front of him. he emptied his pockets which contained heroin. then he used his mouth to loosen the handcuffs. let's time it to see how long it takes him to take off the cuffs. left alone in the cruiser with the radio on, alexander gnawed, salivated and tugged for a mere 17 seconds before the cuff came off. he kept looking around for the officer. you could almost see him think. while we're at it, shouldn't the suspect be wearing a seatbelt? then the minor detail, how he opened the window. the barrier between the front and back was left open. he crawled into the front seat. watch the light change as he presses the button, opening the rear window. this cruiser was cuffed. a burglar in utah went out there a moving police car. when he threw himself out, he was not seriously hurt. he was recovered. his freddie mercury moment short lived. ♪ i've got to break free >>> all right, this morning presidential candidates spanning across the country from the east coast to the west and smack in the middle of the heartland. we are following them every
a horrific loss to michigan this past weekend. they haven't been good in a long time. is it true that they're just not that good because the recruiting standards are high? or have they just lost their way? >> well, i think it's partially true. the academic note is higher than it is at a lot of big football schools. they also have a problem in that they have not hired in terms of recruiting the best coaches that they could have gotten. and it takes -- >> why is that? >> this kelly guy screaming on the sidelines. >> that's not good. that is not good. if you've got a fabulous athlete, son, is a fabulous athlete, you don't want to think of your kid playing college football and having the coach follow them down the sideline on national television. >> on national tv. >> charlie weiss couldn't recruit to save his life. >> and it's tough recruiting at notre dame, joe, because you've got to convince the guy, look, you're coming to the middle of nowhere, indiana, not a whole lot going on other than this fabulous institution. >> jim cramer, your point? >> well, you are on nbc every saturday, the grea
to michigan. also showers, thunderstorms, along the east coast from maine done to the sunshine state. and thunderstorms in the plains, in the rockies, and mountain snow in colorado. >> ooh, snow. did you say snow? >> cold. >> damp 64, seattle. 74, in billings, 50s from fargo to chicago. dallas dips below 80 for the first time in months. 88 in new orleans. 73 here in new york. >> that ain't bad. 73. i'll take that any day. >> let's leave it like that. don't move. >> pause it. we need california weather all year round. that would be good. >>> here is something you don't hear every day. people taking heroic measures to save a bear. >> that's right. he was found on mt. rainier, a couple of weeks back, close to death. now vets decided he needed a blood transfusion which is rare for a bear, they got some blood from an older healthier bear and almost immediately the sick bear started getting better. >> he is gaining weight and said to be alert, active. if he continues to improve he will be released into the wild. >> i know you could care less. >> whatever. >> we'll be back with m
time criminal defense attorneys who work on michigan street. and if you get accused of a crime, those are the people you want to call. >> that's my approach. and they're both former public defenders, right? >> yes, they are. they are both former public defenders here in san francisco. without giving away too much of the story, there may be a return at some point to that particular office where they would, of course, be working for you. >> anytime. [laughing] there seems to be such a huge disconnect, you know, between what you see on tv and even what you read about. most of the tv shows like "law & order" you have a judge who's eminently fair, a prosecutor who is completely ethical, a defense attorney who doesn't show up half the time. these images really result -- i know this as a public defender, because the portrayals of public defenders are usually negative. why? i ask this to the entire panel. why is there such a disconnect between the reality of what really happens in our court and the way that many americans are force fed, really, this mythology? tony? >> i think in a corrupt so
. with that i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from michigan. mr. levin: i yield myself 30 seconds. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. levin: i want to say to the gentleman from texas, i disagree with his position but i respect it. . i can understand those who voted no will now vote yes. what is not understandable is that those on the republican side who voted yes now voting no. i now yield four minutes to our distinguished whip, mr. steny hoyer from the proud state of maryland. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from maryland is recognized for four minutes. mr. hoyer: i thank the gentleman for yielding. the previous speaker voted to go deeply into debt. frankly, i voted for some of those programs myself. two which were to support the efforts in afghanistan and iraq. we didn't pay for them. as has been said, i didn't vote for it initial, but i think it's a -- initially, but i think it's a good program. we made it better. the prescription drug program, the gentleman wasn't here when we passed tha but we didn't pay for it. and he's correct, it does
para limpiar la escena del crimen. el delito que cometió un policía y en michigan. fifr mado acusado de triangular a una mujer que tenía 8 meses de embarazo. y la pueden ver. aparentemente lo más dramático que la criatura era hijo de este agente. y en la investigación. lo incriminan y podría pasar el resto de su vida tras las rejas. una irresponsable padre tiene que pagar. dejó a sus hijos abandonados en una librería en 7 horas por 3 días consecutivos para no pagar una guardería. los empleado se percataron de lo que ocurría y la denunciaron ante las autoridades. atacaron. 8 motocicletas varias patrullas. en protesta porque las autoridades se negaron a entregarle un agente acusado de darle muerte a un taxista. >>> los legisladores o probaron el paquete económico. lanzaron fuegos artificiales y luces de véngala. y los agentes arremetieron contra los descontentos con bastones. hasta el momento no se reportan heridos. un severo castigo recibieron los ladrones en perú. por lo que una turba la propia madre de uno de los bandidos. tras suplicar por su vida. rose pillos fueron obli
this time and deformation of these rainshowers to night just past midnight up the morning. most to michigan and north central indiana and if they turned more north and northwest may swipe the southern suburbs. early tomorrow night and then this breaks down the line into a cloudy friday without any rainfall in the picture. could be talking 80 degree temperatures by early next week. indications warmer weather in much of next week. clearing and colder tonight with patchy light frost far northwest suburbs mchenry county and fox valley west and towards a dekalb county. winnebago and the deep rockford area. not in the city. o'hare airport bottoming out in the 40's. mostly sunny and seasonably cool tomorrow with a light cloud crushing us first going into northwest indiana from the north-northeast high 60 degrees spurted tomorrow night at north-northeast wind gusty scattered clouds low temperatures 42 degrees at o'hare airport and 50 degrees in the loop. could be a patch or two of frost tomorrow night. mostly cloudy continued cold temperatures on friday high temperature 65 degrees. back into the '
the bmi -- michigan to track the bmis at the state level. others say this tracking system, this is an invasion of privacy. we'll have more on that tonight at 7:00. derek? >>> well, anita, the debate over imposing a curfew on the kids in montgomery county is heating up tonight and ike leggett conducted a live chat online this afternoon answering questions from his constituents and today, council members spent hoursics employering all kids -- exploring all sides of the idea and as brittany morehouse tells us, several business groups are lobbying for the curfew as well. >> reporter: kids and teens afterschool hours, so when i meet michael coles of cole's martial arts in bethesda, i assume he opposes a curfew. but i am wrong. >> young teenagers should definitely be in the house by 11:00. >> reporter: his argument for a curfew has nothing to do with business, it's about the kids' health. >> kids are going to be successful in school, he needs to get rest. >> reporter: mile more arguments are focused on youth stirring up trouble, the tide is turning in montgomery county with more
-- other world religions, 0.3%, unaffiliated, 16%. next is a caller from hillsdale, michigan. good morning to our caller, david, a republican. caller: my feeling on that is the that our president barack obama is a muslim and he professes the teachings of his pastor for many years, jeremiah wright, who has kind of become famous of making the statements of g-d america, and i think as a muslim obama is sworn to bring the u.s. -- u.s. -- usa down. host: you are taking us off track about the discussion about candidates face and your vote. looking into election year, how important is it for a candidate to express his or her faith? caller: i would like to hear that. i think it should be brought out, what their faith is. like i said, obama is kind of, well, disingenuous and lying to us because he is a devout muslim. host: thank you for your call. hills there, michigan. jim is on twitter and he sends us of this message. next is a telephone call from chicago. kathleen, democrat. caller: thank you so much. i listened to your statement about does a candidates faith affect my vote. it should. if you li
is not a be-- >> if you can't win in the heart of new york city, how are you going to win in michigan and colorado -- >> if you look at the record the last couple years democrats won the majority of the special elections. it didn't mean nothing to us in 2010. i think we put too much weight on that one district. and in the end the president, look -- this is where james is right. the president and the white house, they're going to have to do a better job of communicating. clearly republicans have been winning the communication battle. i don't think there's a democrat in town who argue that they haven't been. >> quinnipiac poll out today, virginia one of the states the president won. everyone said, wow, the democrats won virginia. disapproval now, 54%. 40%. even california, look, the president is going to carry california unless everything goes south in november 2012. for the first time his approval rating in california is under 50%. 46%. so james, i think you're saying look at these numbers and mr. president even if you think you're right on the policy, you have to do something? >> well
michigan, across the midwest and in the south? >> well, the same things were asked of the republicans when we won a special election in one of the most republican districts in the united states in upstate new york. look, the fact of the matter is that they stole one from us in downstate new york and it's not the end of the world for us just as we stole one from them in upstate new york and it wasn't the end of the world for them. special elections are not predictive, john. let me give you one statistic. in 2006 we lost every single competitive special election and democrats won the house of representatives. in 2010, we won every single competitive special election and we lost control of the house of the representatives. they are moments in time. they are not predictive of trends. >> you don't think this means anything then, just one loss even though democrats have held this seat for 90 years? >> look, it was a tough loss. you know, i wish we had won. i'm not going to minimize it. i'm not going to sugarcoat it. >> but what happened? >> it was a loss based on a confluence of events, a perfec
. >> i picked out good ones. >> let's start in grand rapids, michigan, an oldie but goodie built in 1849 for $144,000. it's got seven bedrooms. >> seven bedrooms. and you're not going to believe it when you see the outside of the house because it doesn't really look it. you can't judge it from the outside. what it really needs is a good paint job but yet it has the original details like the dentile molding and nice porch columns. wait until you get inside. it's a totally different picture. inside that sexy curved stair case in the entry way is just a knockout, a big surprise. there's white pine woodwork, arched doorways, hand-painted co cornice boards throughout the house. i love the arched door wachlt the dining room has 12-foot ceilings and large corner windows. it is a wide room and as long as it is wide. there is the kitchen, a galley kitchen, bright with nicely updated wood cabinets. very simple. the property taxes i want to say are just $1600 a year. you know what that is? $130 a month. there's a spare little cottage that comes with the house all for $144,000. >> this is an old hou
an energy and commerce sub-committee. republican fred upton of michigan chairs the full committee. >> in this time of record debt, i question whether the government is qualified to act as a venture capitalist, picking winners and losers in speculative ventures and shelling out billions of taxpayer dollars to keep them afloat. >> suarez: a top official at the energy department jonathan silver said the green tech loan program is about more than just solyndra. >> this isn't picking winners and losers; it's helping ensure that we have winners here at all. we invented this technology and we should produce it here. the question is whether we are willing to take on this challenge or whether we will simply cede leadership in this vital sector to other nations and watch as tens of thousands of jobs are created overseas. >> suarez: but a report in today's "washington post" added fuel to the fire. it said internal e-mails from the office and management and budget showed concerns that the loans were granted t quickly. in one, an unidentified aide wrote: republican steve scalise of louisiana s
a dozen cars injuring several people. police reopening that entry point after several hours. michigan, a commuter train slamming into this minivan west of kalamazoo. the crash killing the 19-year-old driver. investigators say they suspect he turned his car into the path of the train and the conductor couldn't stop in time. nobody else hurt. new mexico, a bomb squad setting off some dynamite at a sante fe home. the owner died recently and said the suspect found the explosives in the shed. it seems his stepfather used them to help shape steel for sculptures. arizona, this 22-year-old soldier lending his parents a hand after they lost their phoenix area home to foreclosure. he cashed in several years worth of army checks to buy back that house. >> my family -- >> he serveed in iraq and afghanistan and took a two-week leave to sign the paperwork on his childhood home. the realtor, donating his commission to a charity for military families and that's a fox watch across america. >> shepard: i'm shepard smith. this is "the fox report." it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the ne
warnings throughout much of minnesota, the dakotas to michigan. frost advisories into iowa. look at these temperatures. 26 degrees in international falls, 43 chicago, 39 pierre, look at these temperatures that we had. that was yesterday. 100s and 90s through the gulf coasts, 40 and 50s through the plains. today the 40s and 50s come into the central plains, only 90s and 80s along the gulf. as we move into tomorrow you can see that cool air making its way from the great lakes into the northeast with 40s and 50s. 70s and 80s and 60s into the central plains. even down into texas. temperatures below where they should be this time of year. that's what's going on aroun >>> we're going to see an unseasonably cool day across the bay area today. 58 in concord. 59 in hayward. 55 in san francisco. overall anywhere between 1 to 5 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. you'll notice the front door. cool air pushing into the bay area throughout the day. that's going to keep your temperatures way down. saw a ten-degree dropoff from yesterday. we'll up more for the weekend. sava >> al, thankyo
. the clerk: mr. dreier of california, mr. lungren of california, mrs. miller of michigan, mr. smith of nebraska, mr. huizenga of michigan, mr. meeks of new york, ms. slaughter of new york, mr. welch of vermont and mr. larsen of washington. the speaker pro tempore: under the speaker's announced policy of january 5, 2011, the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. shuster, is recognized for 60 minutes as the designee of the majority leader. mr. shuster: i thank the speaker. today i rise to honor the distinguished service of my good friend, his excellency, yasher aliev who was appointed by the president as ambassador. i'm proud to serve as the co-chairman of azerbajan. located in a geopolitically location between russia and iran, it is a predominantly muslim population which has been home to vibrant christian and jewish communities. they opened caspian energy and has emerged as a key player for global energy security. on the security front, immediately after 9/11, it was among the first to offer strong support and assistance to the united states. it participated in operations in kosovo and
est bloomfield michigan thing he managed to do was tt mooe his cuffed hands from behind him to in front. he &palso emptied his pockets whic police sayycontained heroin. and thee he used his mouth to pubricate an apparennty loose how long it takks ffr him to take ff the cuffs left alone in the cruiser with the padiooon...alexander gnawed, salivated and tugged for a cuff came off...a veritable handcuff houdini. he kept looking arrund for the officer. youucould almost see him think...and while we're at it, shouldn't the suspect be wearing a seatbeltt? and then there's the minor dettil of how he managed to open the window to get out.the barrier between front and back had been left open, so alexxnder just crrwled into tte front seat...waach the light change as he presses the button opening a rear window. out the window he went. at least this cruiser was parked. a handcuffed burglary suspect in utah threw imself out the car. the window was open ce - because he'd been throwing up. when he threw himself out he was not seriiusly injured, though he was recaptured. and so was alexander, jjst 3 h
into wisconsin and michigan and illinois. >>> teachers in tacoma, washington, expected to return to their classrooms today after walking off the job monday. a state court judge has ordered them to end the strike that school administrators claim is illegal. >>> all right, we're going in depth now on the rise of governor rick perry. he had a texas-size bullseye on his back. the attacks only confirming he is the frontrunner right now for the nomination. many americans, including those who will vote in the general election are only finding out who he is. joinish us now, david who wrote the cover story on this week's issue of "time." david, good to see you. thank you for being with us. >> morning, ali. >> david, you know, when you look at rick perry, all sorts of people have an imprecisission o him, one way or the other. he has views that span the political spectrum. it's not just the texas swagger. what did you learn when writing this? >> well, the thing that struck me about rick perry is that he's a different breed of cat than we're used to seeing in presidential politics because he
. and if you apply the principles and do things that have been started in michigan and done around the country now, you can knock that number down by about 90%. but still it's endemic. everybody knows somebody who is gone to the hospital for a proper and come out -- for a procedure scom out with a hospital-acquired infection, often a life-threatening one. just treating those infections costs about $2.5 billion a year. $2.5 billion a year. they're completely avoidable. that's just one element of the health care system. if we got after the quality gaps in the health care system, the savings would be far, far greater. so there's a lot to be gained in quality. that's one of the five. the second is prevention. we do not analyze and evaluate and implement prevention strategies very well as a country. we don't even evaluate effectively what prevention methods save enough money in the long run that we should just pay for them for everybody because it saves money to have people do this. we don't differentiate between what's probably a good idea for an individual to pay for and what is such a good idea
to the university of michigan consumer sentiment survey 72% of respondents believe now is a good time to buy a home. furthermore in the recent survey by our firm of the 1500 renters' conducted in five markets showed that 67% of those surveyed want to become homeowners the next five years. with 82% of the ranchers and the key 25 to 34 age group expressing the desire to buy a home so people want to purchase a home and think now is a good time to do so why aren't they doing it? the answer i believe is to fold. first is the conditions of the sumers balance sheets which are still living with high levels of debt and negative equity. indicative of these consumers and renters survey show that just one-third of respondents were able to come up with 3.5% down payment necessary to purchase a medium priced from using the fha financing. the second issue was on certainty which i believe is a nationwide problem, negatively impacting the home sits and prices given the volatility created by the prior tax credits, fear of job loss and mixed messages sent by the government around future housing policy. however region
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